Victoria Beckham is one of the most well-known individuals within the fashion industry. Rising to fame as Posh Spice in the Spice Girls, Beckham has since become a businesswoman, designer, model and mother of four with an OBE to her name.
Victoria Beckham’s style is iconic. Whether she’s jetting off to LA or attending fashion week, she always looks sleek and stylish. This season, Beckham’s signature look is a high neck jumper and black, tailored wide leg trousers. This look is elegant and easy and is perfect for Autumn/Winter.
So I’m going to share how you can re-create Victoria Beckham’s signature style using ethical and sustainable fashion brands!
Khaki roll neck jumper: The Acey
The Acey work alongside a family-run company in Scotland to produce their knitwear ethically in a factory of 30 people. They use the seamless production technique that allows the creation of a high-quality product with no wool waste. This jumper is stylish, easy to wear and will keep you warm through the winter months. Real wool (as long as it is sourced responsibly) is one of the best materials for winter jumpers as it’s a great insulator and temperature regulator. This roll neck is a great choice for layering, as let’s be honest, there’s nothing worse than sweaty synthetic jumper blends.
The Acey, polo neck jumper, £125.
Black Flared Trousers – Thought Clothing
Thought Clothing work ethically – from their choice of fabrics, to how they design, make and deliver their products. Thought Clothing support slow fashion and pride themselves on making high-quality products that will last. their motto is “Wear me, love me, mend me, pass me on.” Fitted at the waist and thigh and finishing in a neat flare, these are a great pair of everyday black trousers with a sleek twist.
Thought, black flared trousers, £54.90.
Oversized Red Clutch Bag Matt and Natt
The brand Matt & Nat stands for material and nature. They are a vegan brand, so they don’t use any animal products within the production of their pieces, and the lining is made out of 100% recycled nylon. This bag adds a subtle pop of colour to the outfit and is a great size to fit all your essentials.
Matt & Nat, oversized clutch, £60.
Victoria Beckham’s style is timeless; this outfit doesn’t follow trends. It’s classy and chic, and can be worn for years to come – truly embracing the idea of slow fashion!
If you don’t have the budget for some of these items, avoid looking for them in high street stores and instead explore the rails in charity or vintage shops. Finding nice secondhand knitwear is really easy, and you can get great quality pieces for fairly cheap prices.
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